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" Are not all hypotheses erroneous in which Light is supposed to consist in pression or motion propagated through a fluid medium P ' ' If it consisted in pression or in motion propagated either in an instant or in time, it would bend into the shadow. "
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London - Pagina 28
1802
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 18

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...every moment, in every shining particle, to generate that motion : and if it consisted in pretsion or motion, propagated either in an instant or in time, it would bend into the shadow. Kacton'i Opticks. Let из not therefore faint, or be weary in our journey, much less turn back or...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Nummer 4

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1835
...or medium through which they pass *." " Are not all hypotheses erroneous," he adds in another place, "in which light is supposed to consist in pression or motion, propagated through a fluid medium ? . . . . Pressions or motions, propagated from a shining body through an uniform medium, must be on...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1835
...or medium through which they pass *." " Are not all hypotheses erroneous," he adds in another place, "in which light is supposed to consist in pression or motion, propagated through a fluid medium ? . . . . Pressions or motions, propagated from a shining body through an uniform medium, must be on...
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pt. VI. Mechanics, including fluid mechanics. pt. VII. Physical astronomy ...

William Whewell - 1837
...light to consist in undulations merely. " Are not," he says, in Question twenty-eight of the Opticks, "all hypotheses erroneous, in which light is supposed...pression or motion propagated through a fluid medium?" The arguments which most weighed with him to produce this conviction, appear to have been the one already...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science ..., Volume 18

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 1839
...would require an infinite force every moment, in every shining particle, to generate that motion : and if it consisted in pression or motion, propagated...instant or in time, it would bend into the shadow. Ketrtons Opticks. I-cl us not therefore faint, or be weary in O'jr journey, much less turn back or...
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A general and elementary view of the undulatory theory, as applied to the ...

Baden Powell - 1841 - 131 pagina’s
...difference in the lengths of waves of light and of sound. Again, in the 28th query of the Opticks, he asks, "Are not all hypotheses erroneous, in which light...instant or in time, it would bend into the shadow." And he proceeds to illustrate the case by the analogy of waves in water and in that of sound. "But...
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Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton, Volume 1

David Brewster - 1855 - 1042 pagina’s
...following explicit passage, published in 1717, in the second edition of liis Optics, revised by himself.1 " Are not all hypotheses erroneous in which light is...pression or motion propagated through a fluid medium ? For in all these hypotheses the phenomena of light have been hitherto explained by supposing that...
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History of the inductive sciences from the earliest to the present ..., Volume 2

William Whewell - 1858
...light to consist in undulations merely. " Are not," he says, in Question twenty -eight of the Opticks, "all hypotheses erroneous, in which light is supposed...pression or motion propagated through a fluid medium f ' The arguments which most weighed with him to produce this conviction, appear to have been the one...
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Conversations on the Creation: chapters on Genesis and evolution, by a layman

Layman - 1881 - 158 pagina’s
...do modern philosophers speak more modestly — than this ? His other difficulty was, that if light " consisted in pression or motion, propagated either...instant or in time, it would bend into the shadow." This, as Professor Tyndall states, has since been shown to occur, and Newton himself was on the threshold...
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Proceedings, Volume 11

Royal Institution of Great Britain - 1887
...in motion tho water at the back of it. Basing himself on this and similar observations, he says, " Are not all hypotheses erroneous in which light is supposed to consist of a pression or motion propagated through a fluid medium ? If it consisted in pression or motion,...
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